GNLU Symposium On Convergence Of Private International Law In IPR & Cyber Law [April 1, Gandhinagar]: Register by March 27
GNLU Centre for Private International Law (GCPrIL) in collaboration with GNLU-Microsoft Chair on IPR Laws and Policy & GNLU-GUJCOST Research Centre for Excellence in IPR Laws, Policy and Practises is organizing a “Symposium on Convergence of Private International Law in IPR and Cyber Law" on 1st April 2018.
Aim of the Course:
In the Globalized world interconnectivity through technology is continuing to reach new heights along with the laws governing this. Cyberspace is an addition to the common heritage of humankind. Free flowing of data has many issues when it comes to the application of laws, rules, and regulations with the cross-border elements of jurisdiction, enforcement and freedom of operation. Apart from conventional cross-border issues, cyberspace has created new Private International Law issues in relation with jurisdiction, enforcement and freedom of operation. Similarly, with evolution of the IP Regime, the Cross-border IP disputes have also evolved with more complexities. The relationship between Intellectual Property and Private International Law is a fascinating and multifaceted one. Cyberspace, IPR and Private International Law are inherently international, but it is the exponential increase in conflicts involving trans-border elements, in a world characterized by global trade and borderless communication structures, that has, in modern times drawn the disciplines of Cyber Laws and IPR close to the Private International Law. The objective of this symposium is to focus on Indian laws with appraisal of legal developments in corresponding jurisdictions for Private International Law in Cyberspace and Private International Law in IP Regime.
- "Student Participants"; Fees: 500/-
- "Academicians/Research Scholars"; Fees: 1000/-
- "Industry Professionals/Consultants/Practitioners"; Fees: 1200/
How to Apply:
Last Date of Applying: March 27, 2018
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